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Rationing, Patient Preferences, and Cost of Care at the End of Life
In this article, we propose a rationing criterion -- patient preferences -- that promotes both individual and public interests....We examine the relationship between patients' preferences and costs and describe a thought ...
Advance Directives: Are They an Advance?
(University of Toronto. Centre for Bioethics. Advance Directives Seminar Group, 1992-01-15)
Nephrologists' Experience With and Attitudes Towards Decisions to Forego Dialysis
(End-Stage Renal Disease Network of New England, 1992-01)